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TOP OF PAGE Who will benefit from this program?
Those involved in communication with other professionals or with the general public;
Those who describe or analyze complex situations; OR
Those who are responsible for creating a shared vision.
TOP OF PAGE What is Dougs main message?
Story mode and expository mode have different benefits and requirements. They require different preparation and mind-sets, and affect listeners differently. By understanding the trade-offs between them, you can maximize your effectiveness.
TOP OF PAGE How would you describe Dougs style?
Doug is entertaining without being manic. Answering questions from the group, he is knowledgeable, articulate, and respectful. He excels in bridging gaps across different backgrounds, styles, and conceptual frameworks.
TOP OF PAGE Speaking fees
contact me for fees, which depend on your exact needs.
TOP OF PAGE Audio/video needs
Wireless lavalier (clip-on) microphone. Sound system capable of feedback reduction or with multi-band or parabolic equalization.
TOP OF PAGE Travel Policy
Coach airfare is acceptable, with non-stop flights where possible.
Non-smoking rooms only. Doug is allergic to cats.
TOP OF PAGE Recording Policy
Doug Lipmans presentations may be audio and/or videotaped under the following circumstances:
Doug has given prior permission in writing.
Doug will receive the master copy or else a high-quality duplicate.
Doug retains all rights for publication, broadcast, and duplication, unless prior arrangement has been made.
You will not try to use the recording to replace further engagements.
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